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The Lizard RNLI hosts annual Christmas Carolaire

Lifeboats News Release

Christmas really got underway on Friday 1 December as The Lizard Lifeboat Station hosted their annual Christmas Carolaire.

Landewednack School Choir

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Christmas Caroliare at The Lizard Lifeboat Station

Visitors were welcomed to the station and treated to an evening of festive carol singing accompanied by Helston Town Band and the children from Landewednack School Choir. Seasonal refreshments including mulled wine and mince pies were served throughout the evening by members of the fundraising team.

The event was again hailed as another success with many visitors saying that it is an evening that really starts the Christmas festivities in The Lizard village and local community.

Grateful thanks and appreciation go to the Rev Deirdre Mackrill and the Rev Fran Lane who compèred the evening aboard that station's all-weather lifeboat RNLB Rose, Helston Town Band, the children from Landewednack School Choir, Zoar Garage, Euro Tool and those who prepared and donated the delicious refreshments.

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Enjoying the Carolaire

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Landewednack School accompanied by Lizard lifeboat crew

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Helston Town Band

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